Sunday Picture Post: Last of November Walks (Part One)

22nd November, didn’t know this was to be the last walk of the month. Though winter approaches, weather caves in, so it’s not surprising. Hope you’re wearing waterproof footwear. We’re going to Acle to walk through a rain-sodden land to Tunstall Church.

At Acle the moon competes with the sun

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And into the carr we go (carr = a wet woodland)

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November decay is grey… so I’m looking for anything with colour

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The sky reflected in water is always a scorer

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Norfolk reed (exactly the same plant is found in Norfolk, Virginia)

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Iconic… Old Man Willow

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The path threads between two drainage channels and is exceedingly muddy. And that mud is slippery!

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We’re glad when we reach the pasture; not quite so muddy there

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A wide-wide land… and no cattle today

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Oh bliss, to walk on a proper road… yes it is a proper metalled road

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So much easier to walk than all that slipping and sliding

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And we arrive at Tunstall church

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We’ll sit here and eat our lunch on the way back. But first we’ve to get to Halvergate. We’ll do that next week.

Hope you enjoyed this first part and didn’t find it too much the same as our walk in August even though it’s a repeated route

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17 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Last of November Walks (Part One)

  1. Sadje says:

    What a beautiful place for an outing

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  2. Chel Owens says:

    Oh my goodness. It’s gorgeous! We’re so dry and hazy where I live.

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  3. Dale says:

    Walking in mud is so not enjoyable. And it’s funny but that road looks wet and slippery!
    Lovely pictures, as expected from you!

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    It’s quite beautiful and the sun’s shining. I hope it was as wonderful as it looks 🙂

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  5. Your walks are always different and fascinating, even travelling the same ground. 🙂

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